The Conference of Heads of Assisted Secondary Schools (CHASS) has guaranteed parents and guardians the safety of their children in their various schools.
According to CHASS, the students are under safe hands as teachers are fully prepared to protecting the children and keeping them safe from the novel virus.
The freshers (form one students) are in school to begin their secondary school academic journey.
The students will spend some weeks before they will return home in order to pave way for other batches to take turn.
Some parents raised red alert over the safety of their wards in this deadly pandemic era fearing for their lives in school.
Commenting on this on Omanbapa Morning Show on Silver FM with Nana Ampratwum monitored by Africannewsgh.com, the Secretary of CHASS, Mr. Owusu Aduomi assured that, students are safe and in good hands.
He said there should be no cause for alarm on the part of parents.
On the issues boarding and day school brouhaha , Mr. Aduomi said, wards whom have been placed day in a long journey schools from their locality must be jour-jour between school authorities and the parents to find a favourable condition.